Monthly Archives - October 2009

5.0.86-build19 Percona binaries

Dear Community,
As of today the 19-th build of MySQL server with Percona patches is available.
Comparing to the previous release it has following new features:

The build is based on MySQL-5.0.86
Fix from Neil Katin to userstatv2.patch
fix InnoDB slowness with large queries

Fixed bugs in the build:

Bug #413858 in Percona patches: “Crash from failed assertion in dict0dict.c”

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Finding your MySQL High-Availability solution – The definitions

As my first contribution to the MySQL Performance Blog, I joined Percona at the beginning September, I chose to cover the various high-availability (HA) options available for MySQL.  I have done dozen of MySQL HA related engagements while working for Sun/MySQL over the last couple of years using Heartbeat, DRBD and NDB cluster and […]

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Percona welcomes Yves Trudeau and Fernando Ipar

I’m happy to extend a warm welcome to two new members of the Percona team.
First is Yves Trudeau, about whom I can say many things:
One of the top MySQL Cluster (NDB Cluster) experts in the world.
An expert on all things High Availability, including DRBD and Heartbeat.
Many years of experience with Huge Data.
Half of the […]

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Analyzing air traffic performance with InfoBright and MonetDB

Accidentally me and Baron played with InfoBright (see https://www.percona.com/blog/2009/09/29/quick-comparison-of-myisam-infobright-and-monetdb/) this week. And following Baron’s example I also run the same load against MonetDB. Reading comments to Baron’s post I tied to load the same data to LucidDB, but I was not successful in this.
I tried to analyze a bigger dataset and I took public […]

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EdUIConf 2009 recap

I spoke at EdUIConf 2009, a new conference in my hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia. My presentation was on web interface performance; it’s basically a twist on front-end performance in general. I slanted the talk towards web developers, rather than assuming the audience has full control over their Apache configuration.
The conference was relatively […]

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